Case study: BC addressing Indigenous-specific racism

Cultural Competence, Diversity,

This article in Steinecke Macuira LeBlanc's Grey Areas newsletter presents a case study of the British Columbia College of Nurses and Midwives and their steps to address indigenous-specific racism. Highlights include engaging with Indigenous audiences for regulatory and policy development, culturally safe data collection, recruitment strategies to equally consider Indigenous and marginalized groups, mandatory training for all committee and staff members, a practice standard specific to cultural safety and humility, and reducing barriers for reporting complaints or healthcare feedback.

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